New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal has responded to the Supreme Court’s decision during a press conference. Kejriwal reacted and said that we respect the judgment of the Supreme Court. But this court’s decision is unfortunate. If the elected government does not get the right to posting and transfer, then how will the government run? The party which has 67 seats, has no rights, but the party which has won 3 seats has the right. There is no justice with the people of Delhi.
He also said that the decision of the court is against the people and the Constitution of Delhi. If every file had to be given LG home, how could the government of Delhi run? Apart from this, he said that we have a lot of worry about the country in our mind.
NEW DELHI: The Central government has taken big steps on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. In the Supreme Court, the Central Government has said that excluding the disputed site in Ayodhya, the rest of the land should be handed over to Ramjanmabhoomi Trust. In the petition, the government has said that the land on which the dispute is kept, the Supreme Court should keep it with itself.
The Government intends that the non-disputed land given to Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas, that the construction of the temple on that part can be started. On January 29, the hearing was to be held in the Ram Temple case, but the hearing was postponed due to Justice Bobde’s leave. In the petition filed in the Supreme Court, the Modi government has said that the part of Hindu parties in Ayodhya should be handed over to Ramjanmabhoomi Trust. Apart from this, a portion of 2.77 acres of land should be returned to the Government of India.
Let me tell you that the central government has 70 acres of land in Ayodhya due to Ramjanmabhoomi and Babri Masjid dispute. The Allahabad High Court had pronounced its verdict on 2.77 acres of land. The entire dispute is only on the part of 0.313 acres. The Supreme Court had stayed on this ground in 1993, the court had also prohibited from making any kind of construction here.
Actually, the hearing of the Ram temple case is being banched on five judges. The bench includes Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Abdul Nazir, Justice D.V. Chandrachud, Justice S.A. Bobde and Justice Ashok Bhushan. The matter was to be heard in the Supreme Court on January 29, but the hearing was postponed due to Justice SA Bobde’s leave on leave.
The Supreme Court on Friday said Delhi was never again a superior place to live because of traffic blockage and developing air contamination making it like a gas chamber. In the first part of the day and night, there is so much contamination and traffic clog. It is better not to be in Delhi. I don’t wish to settle in Delhi. It is hard to live in Delhi, Justice Arun Mishra stated, hearing an issue identified with air contamination in the National Capital Region.
The seat likewise containing Justice Deepak Gupta said these issues influenced the privileged to live. Equity Mishra referred to a guide to clarify the issue of traffic, saying he was stuck in rush hour gridlock on Friday morning and could have missed the swearing-in of two judges at the peak court. Promoter Aparajita Singh, helping the court as an amicus curiae, told the seat that Delhi has turned into a “gas chamber” because of contamination. Furthermore, Justice Gupta concurred, Truly, it resembles a gas chamber.
Singh told the court that experts dependably state they take measures to control contamination however the fact of the matter is unique. “We might want to comprehend,” the seat said. What are the things which are required to be done in reality? What stays to be done according to the thorough activity plan? What is required to hold in line condition contamination in Delhi? What more should be possible?” it stated, including, execution is unquestionably inadequate”.
The court asked the Delhi Police what move they have made to evacuate unclaimed vehicles – that is never again required in legitimate cases – from police headquarters.
New Delhi. The Supreme Court has instructed the Kerala government to provide complete protection to the two women entering the Sabarimala temple on January 2nd. These two women have demanded their protection. During the trial, the Kerala government told the Supreme Court that after the court’s decision, 51 women from 10 to 50 years of Sabarimala temple have entered till now. The petition is filed by Kanaka Durga and Dwam Ammani. It has been said in the petition that after the entry of his temple, a period of violence had started. Because of this, both women were living in hiding. His mother-in-law was beaten by Kanaka Durga on 14th January.
On 28 September 2018, the Supreme Court had ruled with a majority of 4-1. The court had said that women have been discriminated against for a long time. Female is not less than male. On the one hand, we consider women as Goddess form, on the other side, we discriminate against them. The court had said that due to biological and physiological reasons, the freedom of women’s religious beliefs cannot be eliminated. Four judges, including the Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, had said that it is against the rights meted under section 25 of the Constitution.
Justice Indu Malhotra ruled differently from the decision of the other four judges. He had said that the court should not interfere in the matter of religious faith. He had said that the interference of the court is not okay in Puja. The temple should decide only what will be the way of worship. The authority of the temple should be respected. He had said that religious practices cannot be fully tested on the basis of equality rights. It depends on the worshipers, not the court, decide what will be the process of the religion of somebody. Justice Malhotra had said that this decision will affect the other temples.
A review petition has been filed against this decision of the Supreme Court. The hearing was scheduled on 22 January. But Bench member Justice Justice Indu Malhotra is on medical leave, due to which the hearings on the review petition can be stopped.
New Delhi. BJP Rath Yatra was banned in West Bengal, the Bharatiya Janata Party has prepared a big plan to hold the rally. In fact, on Tuesday, the Supreme Court had refused to intervene in some way by the West Bengal State Government on the decision to stop the rath yatra.
In such a way, according to the BJP’s new plan, BJP President Amit Shah will address five rallies across the state. This rally will begin on January 20. Which is one day after the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s mega rally. Let Mamta Banerjee perform a mega rally of the opposition parties in Kolkata on January 19. Shah’s first rally is to be held in Malda while on 21 January he will be in Birbhum while on 22 January he will address the rally in Jhargram.
Apart from this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can soon rally in Kolkata. Although no official announcement has been made yet. In fact, last month, the Kolkata High Court refused to allow the proposed ‘Rath Yatra’ from Cooch Behar of BJP President Amit Shah. The court had the possibility of losing the legal system.
A board driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on January 24 to choose another chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation. A council containing Modi, Supreme Court Justice AK Sikri and Congress pioneer Mallikarjun Kharge expelled previous CBI Director Alok Verma from his post on January 10, two days after the Supreme Court restored him.
M Nageswara Rao has been named between time chief. Non-administrative association Common Cause has recorded a request of in the Supreme Court against the arrangement. The Supreme Court will hear the supplication one week from now.
Kharge, the contradicting voice on the board of trustees which expelled Verma, on Tuesday asked Modi to make open the archives identified with the choice to sack him, so that “the general population can reach their own determinations”. The Central Vigilance Commission has leveled eight counts of charges as a detriment to Verma, including debasement and desolation of obligation.
The Supreme Court on Monday issued the notice to the CBI on previous Congress leader Sajjan Kumar’s intrigue against his conviction in a 1984 anti- Sikh riot case.
A seat including Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Ashok Bhushan and S K Kaul likewise issued see on his safeguard supplication. Sajjan Kumar, 73, surrendered under the watchful eye of a preliminary court in Delhi on December 31, 2018, to serve his sentence as per the high court’s December 17 judgment, which sent him to jail for the rest of his common life. The case in which Kumar was indicted and condemned identifies with the slaughtering of five Sikhs in Delhi Cantonment’s Raj Nagar Part-I territory of southwest Delhi on November 1-2, 1984 and the torching of a gurudwara.